MONROE, La., Oct. 6, 2017 /CNW/ -- Vernon Irvin, CenturyLink, Inc. (NYSE: CTL) senior vice president, has been appointed to Colorado Technology Association's (CTA) Board of Directors. In this role, Irvin will help advance the state's tech community by leveraging his 20 years of executive leadership expertise in communications services.
"I am honored to be selected as a board member of Colorado Technology Association and to be part of an organization that is instrumental in advocating on behalf of the technology industry statewide," Irvin said. "I look forward to working with other local business leaders to help support and grow CTA's technology initiatives."
In his role at CenturyLink, Irvin leads a team of more than 1,000 sales and marketing professionals who focus on growing the company's business through a portfolio of data, voice, hosting, cloud computing, managed and IT services. Irvin's role and responsibilities will increase upon the completion of CenturyLink's acquisition of Level 3 Communications, Inc.; in June, he was named president of CenturyLink's business unit that will focus on small and midsize business, state and local government, and education.
Irvin is also active in the Denver community and serves on the board of directors for Mile High United Way, the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, and the Downtown Denver Partnership, Inc.
CenturyLink (NYSE: CTL) is a global communications and IT services company focused on connecting its customers to the power of the digital world. CenturyLink offers network and data systems management, big data analytics, managed security services, hosting, cloud, and IT consulting services. The company provides broadband, voice, video, advanced data and managed network services over a robust 265,000-route-mile U.S. fiber network and a 360,000-route-mile international transport network. Visit CenturyLink for more information.
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